A FreeBSD variant for capability-enhanced computer architectures.
Free cross-platform Podman management app.
Free cross-platform containerd and Moby (Docker) management app.
Handy tool for picking components for a PC build and estimating total cost.
A tool to estimate how powerful a gaming PC you can build depending on your budget.
A Kubernetes admission control endpoint. Easy to deploy and configure.
I use it for mutating admission control in order to patch resources deployed by Helm charts or operators.
Kotlin Multiplatform app navigation and architecture framework for declarative UI that works well with MVIKotlin.
Model–View–Intent for Kotlin Multiplatform. Works well with Jetpack Compose and Compose for Desktop. Supports time-travel debugging.
In asynchronous code, Swift provides access to single-shot continuations. I wonder what fun trickery one could perform by abusing this.
Podcasts, articles, and tutorials on Swift and SwiftUI.
A popular tutorial that teaches Swift, SwiftUI, and mobile app development in 1 hour a day, for 100 days.
A binary-to-text encoding optimized for UTF-16.
Detects unsafe Rust code.
Rust crate that fails compilation if your code can panic.
Rust crate that helps make your code unsafe.
Rust crate that casts any reference to
'static lifetime using only nominally safe code.
Rust crate that implements
transmute using only nominally safe code.
One highlight that I am looking forward to watching the recording of is Matias Piipari: Canonical-distributed Deb and Snap packaging of the Swift toolchain for Linux. I’m curious what level of support there will be.
Related: The YouTube channel of the conference.
A Swift library for Swift code parsing and manipulation.